We are are done processing our images.  Here are they are.  As you can tell the B-25s made a big impression since many flew by at what seemed like under 100 feet.  The “warbird” show on Tuesday was especially impressive.  The only two remaining B-29s that fly, plus 14 B-25s and a supporting cast of dozens of others.  The close in cast consisted of 36 big radials.  It was a stupendous experience.  Quite probably a once-in-a-lifetime.  Look out for the EAA videos that will have captured the sounds, smoke and energy.

The “warbird” show on Tuesday was especially impressive.  The only two remaining B-29s that fly, plus 14 B-25s and a supporting cast of dozens of others.  The close in cast consisted of 36 big radials.  It was a stupendous experience.  Quite probably a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.  We fully comprehend the annual avgeek pilgrimage.  The EAA makes each day different, presentations and conversations are constantly interrupted by aircraft flying overhead.  And everyone loves it!  An EAA official explained they expected 500,000 visitors and 10,000 aircraft.  Is there any air show anywhere with a ratio like that?  The Oshkosh experience is, simply, marvelous.

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